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AS9100: Recording dimensional measurements

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AS9100: Recording dimensional measurements

In order to fill-out the measured dimensions in inspection sheet by the CNC machinist; Is it ok to input the measured data by typing in computer form or it must be done by handwriting on the paper? is there any must to input the date by handwriting?
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Mark Hammar Apr 10, 2019

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AS9100 Rev D does not identify any specifics such as inspection sheets being completed by hand, or filled in by computer; the standard described what processes need to be done, but not how to do each process. The details of the process, such as what is acceptable for dimensional inspection reports, need be identified by the company by taking into account the requirements and needs of customers and other parties. So, if you have a customer or legal requirement that dimensional inspections need to be done by hand, then this needs to be part of your process. On the other hand, if there is no other requirement then the decision is up to you, AS9100 does not specify this in the standard.
For more information on recording dimensional inspections for the optional first article inspection process, see the article: How does First Article Inspection fit into AS9100 Rev D?, https://advisera.com/9100academy/blog/2017/11/07/how-does-first-article-inspection-fit-into-as9100-rev-d/
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